Vaio Armaron 2011, Amarone della Valpolicella Serego Alighieri, gets Three Glasses from Gambero Rosso’s Wines of Italy 2017 guide. This is the second award in just a few days for Masi Agricola’s Historic Venetian Estates group, which has just collected the top prize for Fojaneghe 2012 Bossi Fedrigotti from the same publication. “The two awards recognise the vision for quality that Masi shares with these noble houses with whom we have had an unusual but highly fruitful production agreement for years,” says Sandro Boscaini, President of Masi Agricola, “the Three Glasses given to Vaio Armaron is another award for this famous wine, and the same top award given to Fojaneghe brings an authentic jewel of Italian winemaking from the 1960s to the fore.”
Vaio Armaron is on the list of the world’s best wines, according to the most authoritative critical source, Wine Spectator, who have classed it as one of their Top Ten International wines. It’s only a few weeks ago that SPOT AND WEB’s Web Analysis nominated the same wine as one of the Italian wine world’s most internationally prestigious, judging by the aesthetics of the label and the worth of its contents. Gambero Rosso’s important prize adds to the consistency of qualitative excellence shown by this wine over time.